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A Seat At The Circus

by Coxe, Antony Hippisley

Condition: Very Good


London: Evans Brothers, 1951. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Hardcover. Vert good, tight example (prize bookplate front free endpaper). No jacket. 252 pp. with index, glossary. Illustrations. A prominent circus historian offers this look at circus origins and history, organized into act-by-act sections: the Grand Parade, the sstrong man, performing animals, daredevils, aerial acts, clowns and others.





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